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Graduate Coach Partners With Keep Britain Working

Graduate Coach is proud to announce our partnership with Keep Britain Working. Together, we hope to achieve our goal of keeping Britain working by helping people find jobs in these tough economic conditions.

Who are we?

Graduate Coach is the UK’s leading graduate career and interview coaching company. We have a proven track record of helping over 5,000 graduates land roles within organisations such as Google, Coca-Cola, J.P.Morgan and many more.

In addition to providing one-to-one career coaching, interview prep, online courses and workshops, our main reason behind our success is that we tailor our programme to each individual. This is to ensure that they get the graduate job that is right for them rather than the first one that becomes available.

What is Keep Britain Working?

Keep Britain Working is a campaign that helps to protect jobs and assist individuals that are looking for work in these challenging times of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Initially Keep Britain Working’s main focus was on preserving jobs but now as the economy is showing slight signs of a recovery, there is a greater emphasis on helping individuals that are looking for work.

Keep Britain Working was co-founded by James Reed, Chairman & CEO of the recruitment company, REED. The movement currently has support from big names such as Lord Alan Sugar, Steven Brine MP and Luke Johnson to name just a few.

James Reed100x100When asked about the Keep Britain Working campaign, James Reed had this to say:

“The Keep Britain Working campaign was launched in April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, with the objective to preserve jobs and protect livelihoods.

“Young people and recent graduates have been particularly impacted by the recent changes to the labour market so we’re glad to have Graduate Coach on board as a partner and look forward to working together as part of a collaborative approach to help support graduates in their journey into employment.”

Our Partnership

Throughout our partnership, we will work closely with Keep Britain Working to ensure that our common goal is met. Some of the actions we have taken in order to achieve this is sharing our online course called How To Get A Graduate Job with them, writing employability blog posts and soon we hope to be hosting webinars.

When asked about our partnership, Chris Davies (Graduate Coach’s head coach & founder) had this to say:

“We are really pleased that KBW approached us to become one of their partners. The work that they are doing is really worthwhile.” 

Written by Jack Sheehan 

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